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What you need know about VGA to HDMI Converter

on Thu, 10/16/2014 - 02:04

HDMI to VGA Cable devices convert a computer's VGA video signal and associated audio to a format that is compatible with modern high-definition televisions. By transforming a signal, these VGA to TV converters allow the user to watch their favorite YouTube videos, play advanced computer games and make graphical business presentations on the large screen of an HDTV.

How to Working About 4x1 HDMI Switcher

on Wed, 10/15/2014 - 02:28

HDMI has been a boon to the HD-age for its ability to handle clean 1080p and new lossless audio codecs, the new cable format has not been terribly kind to home theater fans trying to keep up with the transition. Especially for gamers, the fact that HDTVs from 2001 to 2003 generally only have one HDMI input is a big headache. Even modern displays generally top out at three, which isn't enough if you've got a HD-cable box or TiVo, PS3, 360 Elite, AppleTV, home theater PC, HD-camcorder, or dedicated HD-DVD and Blu-ray players.
The traditional solution to a situation of too many plugs and not

HDMI Cable How to Adding an additional monitor

on Tue, 10/14/2014 - 02:03

Adding an additional monitor to a computer used to be a real chore. If you were already using all the video ports on your desktop, you either had to swap out your video card for a new one, or add a second video card. If you were already using the video port on your laptop, you had some options with PCMCIA cards, but those were pretty expensive and not always very effective.
Fortunately, now there’s an easy, affordable option to add a monitor to either a desktop or a laptop computer. Using Sewell Direct’s MiniDeck USB to DVI, VGA, and HDMI Adapter you can quickly add a monitor to any Windows


Cheap HDMI Cables Really Difference in Picture Quality?

on Mon, 10/13/2014 - 02:18

For high-definition home theater device, HDMI Cables have become the standard mode of audio and video connection. The standard of HDMI is defined in two categories: in first category best HDMI cables are designed to support HDTV resolutions and frame rates, and in second cables are required for higher resolutions or higher frame rates. HDMI cable has immense capability to make your home theater system much simpler, as it handles both images and sound.

If you drive around your typical electronics store to shop for best HDMI cable , you’re likely to observe prices around $40 to $50 with


HDMI vs DisplayPort: which is best for us?

on Fri, 10/10/2014 - 02:07

The HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) first appeared in 2003 and was designed as a digital replacement for the multitude of analogue formats used in consumer AV standards (RF, SCART, Composite, S-VHS, RGB and so forth), in a compact single cable.
It can carry any uncompressed TV signal with 48-bit colour and up to eight channels of audio as well as control connections for the rare instances where one bit of kit can control another.
A DVI signal is fully compatible, so you can use a DVI to HDMI converter no probs (although not for the analogue signals on DVI-A obviously).
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